Your journey to the Kitzbühel Alps

Fast-track to mountain bliss

The Kitzbühel Alps shine as a perfect holiday abode in every season. Be it for skiing, cross-country skiing in winter or summit conquests in summer. Those who visit the Kitzbühel Alps delight in a multitude of leisure activities. Getting to Tirol is also easy. No matter from which direction you travel, your journey will be smooth by car, train, bus or plane. You have already booked your holidays and will be leaving in just a few days? We’ll be happy to help you plan your journey to Tirol. All townships of the Kitzbühel Alps are located very centrally - near the cities of Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich. Plan your individual journey by plane, train, bus or car.

Getting here by train

Getting here by train is probably the most relaxed way. Quickly and without any traffic jams you’ll get to the Kitzbühel Alps from Austria and abroad. Find all important information about train services and offers.

Good to know:
Almost all Kitzbühel Alps towns are located near train stations with international train connections. Between Wörgl and Hochfilzen, the train ticket for all local trains is included in your Guest Card inkludiert. You can use the mobile guest card as a ticket already when making your way here. You’ll get the mobile guest card from your landlord on request.


Getting here by car

The way into the Kitzbühel Alps with your own car is easy and convenient. All 20 Kitzbühel Alps townships can be reached by well constructed state and through roads. No annoying dams or demanding mountain passes with switchbacks or sharp bends.

Good to know:
The Holiday Region Hohe Salve, das Brixental Valley, die St. Johann in Tirol religion and the PillerseeTal can mostly be reached on various ways. The options for getting here can be found in the region pages.

From 1 November to 15 April in Austria winter tyres are mandatory in wintry driving conditions, such as snow-covered roads, slush or ice.

Road tax discs are mandatory on Austrian Autobahns. The road tax discs can be purchased at all tobacconist’s, petrol stations as well as online. More details about the mandatory road tax discs.

In case of congestion formation or stop-go traffic, forming an emergency corridor is mandatory on Austria’s autobahns. This obligation applies even before traffic comes to a standstill and even when no rescue vehicle is approaching yet.

Your route to us


Getting here by plane

The nearest international airports are Innsbruck, Munich and Salzburg. From there you can take a low-cost shuttle service or public transport direct into the Tirolean holiday abode. Are you landing at Vienna International Airport? The ÖBB - Austrian Federal Railways offers direct services from Vienna airport to Wörgl main station.

  • Innsbruck - distance ca. 100 km | 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Munich - distance ca. 160 km | 1 hour 50 minutes
  • Salzburg - distance ca. 80 km | 1 hour 20 minutes
  • Vienna - distance ca. 410 km | 4 hours 15 minutes

Good to know:
In the region there are numerous airport taxis, which will bring you to your holiday resort reliably and stress-free on the shortest way.
Book your Shuttle-Service or airport transfer directly with the taxi company of your choice. Information about the regionally available shuttle services can be found on the pages of your holiday region: Holiday Region Hohe Salve, the Brixental Valley, der St. Johann in Tirol region and the PillerseeTal.

Guest card = ticket - mobile locally by bus and train

Guest card = ticket - mobile locally by bus and train
Guest card = ticket - mobile locally by bus and train

The guest card is your personal advantage card. It is valid as a ticket for regional public transport. You can use the guest card as a train ticket already when making your way here. Your landlord will send you this online in advance and the trip from the main station in Wörgl - the train hub to your holiday resort is included. Get more details now about the included mobility services and explore the Kitzbühel Alps.